Since I’m not a huge fan of the Artemis Fowl series, I’ve decided to allow someone who is the ability to share their thoughts. In this case, it’s my daughter Rebecca. Here’s what she had to say . . . I started reading the Artemis Fowl series one day in my sophomore year of high… [Read More]
The Call of the Wild makes the concept of friendship a focal point, reminding us all that even if we don’t think we need each other, we really do.
Like many people, I have a specific slate of movies I turn to whenever I am bored or want to relax after a long day at work. Many of the films are humorous, such as The Princess Bride, Spaceballs, and The Emperor’s New Groove. Some have an endearing charm to them, like My Neighbor Totoro… [Read More]
Richard Jewell is a tale of heroism, woe, and frustration that serves as a reminder of life before the world’s innocence was shattered one fateful evening in 1996.
A number of years ago, my family took a trip to Crater Lake in Oregon for vacation. The most memorable part of the visit wasn’t my first view of the massively deep late located in the caldera of a formerly active volcano. It wasn’t the waterfalls that dotted the landscape around the park (although I do… [Read More]
If you have any interest in Star Wars–or even if you don’t, you’re going to want to take a look at The Mandalorian.
The Hot Zone is a graphic reminder to be thankful for scientists that help to protect us from potentially fatal diseases–and that fear can be a good thing.
When a person finds purpose in what they do, every day is an opportunity just waiting to be explored. In the case of John and Molly Chester, their purpose lies on 214 acres of land just north of Los Angeles. That swath of land, known as Apricot Lane Farms, is one of the most unique… [Read More]
Hostile Planet isn’t as hostile as you might think. It’s like watching a generic nature documentary, albeit with significantly better camera work.
Nobody wants to be filled with evil. There’s something about the light that has the ability to penetrate darkness and yet overcome it.